Meghan, Duchess of Sussex borrowed Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex's puffer jacket as they visited a forest in New Zealand yesterday, two days after he was first spotted wearing it.
Harry, 34, previously wore the puffer jacket when they visited Abel Tasman National Park, on the South Island, earlier in the week.
The Duke paired his puffer jacket with grey chinos and tan desert boots, while the Duchess wore a blue raincoat by Cornish brand Seasalt on Monday.
For the forest visit yesterday, the Duchess — who is expecting her first child in the northern spring — covered up in Harry's Norrøna jacket after changing out of the bespoke Givenchy pleated skirt she wore for a walkabout in Rotorua's Goverment Gardens.
Meghan and Harry looked in high spirits as they held hands while visiting the Redwoods Tree Walk and watching a mountain biking showcase in Rotorua.
As they left the forest, Harry told reporters "It's been great — thanks guys", to conclude the last engagement of the royal tour.
The couple will fly back to London today, following their 16-day tour of Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand.
The last day of the royal tour proved to be a treat for fans, who quickly took to social media to comment on Meghan borrowing Harry's jacket for the forest walk.
Instagram fan account harry_meghan_updates wrote: "You're only married, when you shared jackets.. So sweet"
Another fan commented: "I love how it's a tiny bit too big for her! so cute!!"
Referring to Meghan's now defunct lifestyle blog, one social media posted: "She always said on the Tig that you could take your boyfriend's shirt and style it as your own. This is so adorable."
Meghan is a fan of the oversized or "borrowed" look, having previously worn the 'Husband' shirt by her designer friend Misha Nonoo during her first public appearance with Harry at the Invictus Games in Toronto last year.